The following links provide many sources for research data on affordable and workforce housing related subjects.
- American Planning Association
A group of practicing planners, citizens and elected officials interested in improving communities.
- Center for Housing Policy
Focused on the nation’s housing challenges the impact of policies and programs.
An online resource center featuring in-depth expertise, best practices, and research.
- Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA)
The regulator of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Home Loan Banks.
- Homelessness Research Institute
The research and education arm of the National Alliance to End Homelessness, provides national data about homelessness.
Provides tools and strategies related to increasing the availability of affordable housing.
- How Housing Matters
Both a clearinghouse for crosscutting research and a platform for engaging practitioners, policymakers, and researchers across a range of fields.
- Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University
Provides information and research on housing in the United States.
Maintained by the Fannie Mae Foundation, includes articles on many facets of housing and community development, by researchers and practitioners.
- Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Founded to improve the quality of public debate and decisions in the areas of land policy and land-related taxation.
- National Low Income Housing Coalition
Resource library that provides housing policy research and policy statements.
- National Council of State Housing Agencies
Resource center containing business, legislative and regulatory information.
- National Resource Network
Provides researchers with a unique laboratory, is a one stop for technical assistance and best practices for all cities, help cities realize their plans and bring prosperity to their residents.
- SCI Resource Library
The Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI) resource library includes tools, reports, fact sheets, and case studies developed by SCI grantees, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and its Capacity Building partners.
Collectively creating a blueprint for ensuring economic prosperity and the best-possible quality of life for Southeast Florida.
- Smart Growth America
A coalition of national, state and local organizations working to improve the ways towns, cities and metro areas are planned and built.
- Urban Land Institute (ULI)
Encourages and fosters high standards of land use planning and real estate development.
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